BoatFlorida.com has new headquarters

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BoatFlorida.com, a media company serving boaters throughout Florida, is moving its corporate headquarters from Merritt Island to Stuart, Fla.

Despite the headquarters move, the organization will maintain several satellite offices and representatives throughout the state.

"Bringing our teams together under one roof is important for BoatFlorida.com and its continued growth and a smart move for us to make financially, given the opportunities provided by the current market," president and founder John Kavaliauskas said in a statement.

BoatFlorida.com is a network of online communities dedicated to boating and boating resources for Florida boaters, fisherman, sailors, captains and anyone living on or around Florida's waterways. BoatFlorida.com boasts 21 nautical networking sites around the Sunshine State with an online user base of more than 150,000 boat enthusiasts.

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